|Oh Come Ye Dispassionate - Joseph Zitt|
"A resonant rosary of non-metric pulses and uncommon harmonies.â Nine frequencies of sine tones (120, 121, 123, 127, 132, 140, 150, 164, 185) no pair of which have the same difference as any other pair, arranged according to gray code, with the tones' first appearances in ascending order, each possible combination of tones appearing exactly once." Full notes at http://www.josephzitt.com/home/cds/oh-come-ye-dispassionate/
Keywords: electronic; computer music; sine waves; beat frequencies
|Adaptive optimization of aircraft engine performance using neural networks - Simon, Donald L.|
Preliminary results are presented on the development of an adaptive neural network based control algorithm to enhance aircraft engine performance. This work builds upon a previous National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) effort known as Performance Seeking Control (PSC). PSC is an adaptive control algorithm which contains a model of the aircraft's propulsion system which is updated on-line to match the operation of the aircraft's actual propulsion system...
Keywords: BEAT FREQUENCIES; CONCENTRATION (COMPOSITION); DETECTION; MICROPARTICLES; SIGNAL MIXING; ULTRASONIC TESTS; FLOW VELOCITY; MYOCARDIUM
|windribboning: conjoining realtime waves - leif BRUSH|
>>this Nagra fulltrack windribboning recorded process includes direct-contact from pre-recorded sound inputing pairs of Shadow sensors attached-with beeswax-to surfaces at both ends of a 200 foot long metal windribbon; inputs included human and other Terrain Instruments in the same locale, bird, human voiced sources and originating from Philips cassette tracks http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbrush/lbarchivesf1.html#anchor1223493 Aspects of the terrain instruments â Leif Brush (refer http://www.d.umn/Use...
Keywords: Terrain Instruments; analog; nature; wind; windribboning; beat frequencies; wind perturbations; windribbon; soundworks